Review: Diaries of the Damned: Jessica by Alex Laybourne

Diaries of the Damned: Jessica
 


The dead have risen and a desperate struggle for power has begun. The military are evacuating all survivors in passenger planes. With their destination unknown, one group of survivors led by a journalist named Paul Larkin, decide to share their experiences with the hope that when combined, their stories will reveal some answers that the government had not been willing to give themselves.

The first to tell their tale is a Flight Attendant who has found herself in the employment of the military. Stuck ferrying passengers to all manner of remote locations, she finds herself with just as many questions as the others. Every story must start somewhere.

Her name is Jessica Bough and she is a survivor.I received this book to give an honest review.
I love zombie books, there are some that are written better than others. But with Diaries of the Damned: Jessica you get a look into what one person was doing and see at the time the zombies came about. This was a really short story and I truly enjoyed it. I like the way we got to see what Jessica saw in her story. Though I do wish it would have been longer.

This is the first book in the series and you get into the stories of the survivors and not the zombies. Started off great and ended great! Can  not wait to read more in this series.


My Rating: 5 wine glasses


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